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TitlePrima Elementa Linguae Persicae, nitidissime conscripta Adriani Relandi 1705.Translate
Imprint[Place of production not identified]Translate
Size342 x 224 (260 x 145) mm Translate
AnnotationAlso on title page in pencil: ecriture élégante. Black ta'liq script with some words picked out in red, With chapter title in red. 16 lines to the page, written in clear script. Few handwritten marginal annotations. Scriber unknown. Probably written in commission of Adriaan Reland. Willem Kroon & Gijsbert Tieme van Paddenburg. Naam-lyst van een zeer keurige verzameling [...] boeken. [...] [&] Catalogus codicum manuscriptorum Arabicorum, 1761, Altheer, Johannes, Catalogus Bibliothecae, quam reliquit vir clarissimus Sebaldus Ravius, 1818, No. 9 p. 69, lot 5 Cite as: Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht Hs 35 A 17 Antiquariaat FORUM 't Goy-Houten, Netherlands Purchase, funded by Stichting Oosters Instituut : 20231215 Written in Persian and titled in Latin. Estate auction of Adrian Reland’s son J.H. Relandt in 1761, estate auction of the German oriental philologist and reformed theologian Sebald Rau in 1818, later offered by the Parisian bookseller A. Franck, Librairie française et étrangère, ancienne et moderne (active in the 1860s). Latterly in a Parisian private collection, kept in the family for several generations over the 20th century and dispersed in 2022. Acquired from Antiquariaat FORUM in December 2023 with funding from Stichting Oosters Instituut. On back flyleaf in pencil: 47458 ; PA-191-699. On front flyleaf in pen: Lisre[?] On front flyleaf in pencil: No. 1 ; 4153 ; Ph. Miller[?], 40-, AF365991. A few minor wormholes throughout and some leaves repaired, not affecting the text. 18th century red calf ruled in gilt, marbled endpapers. Binding shows some wear, quires detached from spine. Shelfmark on spine. The Orient in Utrecht: Adriaan Reland (1676-1718), Arabist, cartographer, antiquarian and scholar of comparative religion, 2021. page 437, no. 9. Translate
LocationUniversiteitsbibliotheek UtrechtTranslate
Call numberHs 35 A 17Translate
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